Tag: OSHA


What Would You Do if a Customer Had a Gun on His Hip?

What Would You Do if a Customer Had a Gun on His Hip?

Loss prevention practitioners today face long-standing yet persistent threats, such as employee theft and shoplifting, and increasingly contend with new ones ushered in by a more virtual world. As difficult as it is to combat these risks, they are fairly clear-cut. The battle lines are clearly drawn. LP’s mission is   Read More


From Supermarket Store Detective to Director

From Supermarket Store Detective to Director

EDITOR’S NOTE: Scott Ziter is director of asset protection for Price Chopper Supermarkets based in Schenectady, New York. He began his career as a store detective with Stop & Shop where he rose through the organization to director of asset protection and then vice president of asset protection for Stop   Read More


See You in Court

See You in Court

Sure, the headline is meant to grab your attention. But what is more likely is that as a loss prevention leader, your litigation team will eventually send an email request following some tragedy that impacts your company store, distribution center (DC), or regional office. The topic of the email—what did   Read More


Can Workplace Violence Be Prevented?

Can Workplace Violence Be Prevented?

According to the U.S. Secret Service, in nearly 75% instances of serious violence at schools, other students were aware that the attacks had been planned before they actually occurred. In half of the cases, more than one person had expressed concern to others. There is no reason to believe that   Read More